Erin Smith

June Sports Mom of the Month: Auburn’s Erin Smith

Congratulations to our YMCA of Springfield Sports Mom of the Month! Auburn’s Erin Smith has won the Sports Mom of the Month for June! Be sure to come back every month to see who won. If you want to nominate a sports mom for this honor, you can do...
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Oxford Eagle

CASA director Erin Smith named to national leadership councils

CASA/GAL (Court Appointed Special Advocates/Guardians ad Litem for children) Association works with state and local member programs to support and promote court-appointed volunteer advocacy for every child who experiences abuse or neglect. The goal is to give the children the safety of a permanent home and the opportunity to survive.
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Ottawa Herald

Erin Smith, Ottawa High School

Hometown: Ottawa, KS Sports: Volleyball team freshman year, varsity golf team sophomore-senior year, bowling team sophomore-senior year, trap team Other school activities: Fellowship of the Stage Theatre Troupe, Environmental Club, Key Club, Spanish Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (Vice President last year and Co-President this year), class secretary and treasurer all four years, O-Club (sells popcorn at sports events to raise money for OHS activities), Renaissance Program, band, choir, chamber choir Outside of school activities: Job at Camp Chippewa, internship at Ottawa Veterinary Hospital, FFA (junior advisor), member of International Thespian Society, performing arts center certified technician Academic Honors: Top 5 percent of OHS seniors, 4.0 GPA for entire middle school and high school career, National Philanthropic Educators Organization (PEO) Scholarship recipient Post-secondary plans: Attending the University of Wyoming to study pre-veterinary and animal science for large animal veterinary medicine Erin Smith just may be the most involved student at Ottawa High School – she’s a member of over half a dozen clubs and activities and has participated in the inaugural seasons of two different sports, girls bowling and girls golf, even making it to the state competition in the latter. When she’s not busy with school-related activities, Smith can be found working at the United Methodist Church’s Camp Chippewa, where she provides year-round maintenance work and helps take care of the camp’s horses.

Superintendent’s Spotlight: Erin Smith

Warwick Valley High School sophomore Erin Smith has achieved High Honor Roll status in every marking period since she began middle school. She competes with the Math Team, is part of the Autism Awareness club, is active in athletics and the arts, and still manages to find time to work in her parents’ restaurant, Halligan’s Public House, in downtown Warwick.
Campus Times

Erin Smith would like a job, please

“I am Erin Smith. I would like a job, please.” You sit outside the hiring manager’s office, mumbling quietly to yourself. The words feel weaker than when you practiced them in front of the mirror last night. Maybe it’s the ill-fitted suit hanging off your shoulders. Your palms feel sweaty. Isn’t it ridiculous for you to announce your own arrival? (Not that you would have the capital to afford a herald, anyway.)